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Collaborative Doctoral Awards

Closing Date: 07/07/2015

Collaborative Doctoral Awards (CDAs) provide funding for doctoral studentship projects, proposed by a university based academic, to work in collaboration with an organisation outside of higher education.  They are intended to encourage and develop collaboration and partnerships providing opportunities for doctoral students to gain first-hand experience of work outside the university environment and enhance the employment-related skills and training a research student gains during the course of their award.

Cultural Heritage and Rapid Urbanisation in India

Closing Date: 22/09/2015

The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and Indian Council for Historical Research (ICHR) are pleased to announce a joint call for Research Networking projects addressing the theme of ‘Cultural Heritage and Rapid Urbanisation in India’

Valuing Nature Programme, Health and Wellbeing

Closing Date: 22/09/2015

The focus of the call will be on understanding the value of the UK's natural environment for human health (physical and mental) and wellbeing within and across the following three areas.

PaCCS Conflict Theme – 2 Funding Calls

Closing Date: 22/10/2015

The Partnership for Conflict, Crime and Security Research (PaCCS) is running two calls for research proposals under its Conflict theme.

RCUK / Innovate UK Urban Living Partnership - Call for Pilot Phase

Closing Date: 26/11/2015

The Urban Living Partnership brings together all seven Research Councils and Innovate UK to promote integrated research and innovation to address the challenges faced by urban areas in the UK and to help them realise their visions for future urban living.

Engaging with Government

Closing Date: 27/11/2015

The Engaging with Government programme is a three day course which will take place in March 2016 and is designed to provide an insight into the policy making process, and help participants develop the skills needed to pursue the policy implications of their research. It also aims to build links between policy makers and the most dynamic new research in the arts and humanities. We are inviting eligible researchers to submit an application to attend the course.